Gord’s first PC was a clone 486 SX33 with a whopping huge 215MB hard drive and 512k video card. These days, PCs carry CPUs that run at speeds somewhere north of 2 GHz, hard drives are a terabyte or more, video cards have multi-giabytes of memory and are new models are out multiple times per year. Components are much easier to find and cost substantially less than they used to as well.
Maybe you have kids and they’re clamouring for the last and greatest whiz-bang, does everything except make coffee, laptop/desktop/convertible/tablet PC that retails for as much as a used car; maybe your laptop is getting old and creaky; perhaps your desktop computer crashes if you look at it askance. Whether it’s a recommendation for a new computer purchase, or tuning up your creaky laptop or replacing the video card in that flaky desktop, we can help. Give us a call or drop and line and we’ll talk. It’s very likely that you don’t need to spend thousands of dollars on a laptop, but what commission salesperson is going to tell you that?